Southern Doberman Rescue is a is a section 501(c)(3) no-kill Doberman rescue group, incorporated in May, 2013, with years of animal and rescue experience amongst our volunteers.
Our non-profit organization was founded by Susan Rochester and run by volunteers that take in abandoned, neglected, displaced, owner-surrender, and otherwise unwanted Doberman Pinschers.
Incoming dogs receive medical screening and any necessary immunizations. They are spayed or neutered, HW tested, de-wormed, receive any needed diagnostic tests, and have any vet recommended life improving surgeries and/or treatments.
All dogs are evaluated for temperament and socialization, and their reactions to various situations, such as other animals, children, visitors, etc… This enables us to best place the right Doberman with its best possible forever home.
Mission Statement: To provide the best care and love for ALL unwanted Dobermans regardless of age or health concerns. To eliminate the suffering of Dobermans who have been victims of neglect and/or abuse. To rehabilitate and re-home these Dobermans in permanent loving homes. To SPAY/NEUTER all Dobermans introduced into Rescue. We also serve as a resource to our community and all pet owners by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, positive behavior training, and good nutrition.
SDR is passionate about the prevention of cruelty to Dobermans, we want to be a leader within the southeast and educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets, while advocating for Dobermans that have no voice, by offering training and other resources.
Veterinarian Affiliation: All Dobermans are seen by a licensed veterinarian immediately after entry into the program. They are given all initial vaccinations, tested for heartworms and intestinal parasites, and treated as needed. All adult dogs are spayed or neutered.